Recycling for Charities. This organization refurbishes or recycles electronics and donates the value to the charity of your choice. For cameras, the donation amount is at least $1 and up to $100.
Sell it: Avoid the hassle of Ebay auctions and Craigslist sales by sending your camera to Gazelle. This service will provide you with a postage-paid box, pay market value for your old gadget, and then resell or recycle it. Even if your camera is in poor condition or has no value, you can still send it to Gazelle for recycling. Trade it: Some national retailers like Best Buy, Radio Shack, and Costco offer store credit in exchange for digital cameras, even if originally bought elsewhere. Return it: Check with the manufacturer to see if they have a recycling program, either through the mail or a drop-off location. We've found programs from Canon, Samsung, and Panasonic, for example. Do you have any other suggestions? Related:
- Recycle Your Gadgets: SecondRotation (now Gazelle)
- Responsible Ways To Recycle Your Old Tech
- 5 Places To Donate Your Hand Me Down Tech